News Network - After being homeless for years, a Sacramento senior has finally found a new home indoors. But it took a lot of effort from a variety of different people to make happen. Sacramento Bee reporter Ryan Lillis has the rest of the story in his City Beat column this week. We'll talk with him about it. Plus, we'll preview Tuesday night's City Council meeting and hear more about the on-going discussion about public art in Sacramento.
Reclaiming The Sierra - The Sierra Fund is presenting their third bi-annual conference right here on the campus of Sacramento State University. This year's theme: "Reclaiming the Sierra 2015: The New Gold Rush." The conference is designed around evaluating and prioritizing action on cleanup and response. It is being held on April 20 to 21 in the University Union.
California Native Plants - In the fourth year of drought, what kinds of plants should people be planting in their gardens for the most green per gallon? California native plants may be a good alternative for using less water on landscaping. Dan Gluesenkamp, executive director of the California Native Plant Society, and Cheryl Buckwalter, program manager for the Green Gardener Training Program at Ecolnadscape California, will join Insight.
Once the Musical - 'Once the Musical' is opening Tuesday at the Broadway Series. In one of the roles is Maggie Hollinbeck, a familiar name and face to Sacramento audiences. We'll talk with Hollinbeck and actor John Steven Gardner about what makes this musical so special.